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R2K March Say NO to Police Brutality
March 21, 2015 –
Johannesburg Central Police Station
Corner Hubert and Commissioner Street
Our partners at R2K in Gauteng are convening a protest rally against police brutality on Human Rights Day.
Police brutality is routinely used to intimidate and limit our freedom of expression which is already under fire through repressive conduct in news rooms of both print and broadcast media outlets, outlandish laws like criminal defamation, as well as the deliberate frustration of our ability to access information.
For further information on the protest rally, please see the press statement above.
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